‘Alone Australia’ engaging with First Nations viewers

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Last week, a reality TV show broadcast on SBS called Alone Australia kicked off its second season, where ten participants need to survive in Aotearoa, New Zealand by building their shelter and getting their food.

This year, First Nations communities are more engaged than ever in the program because three participants are Indigenous, and they’re showcasing their values as First Nations people. 

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